by Kenneth Grahame
The Wind in the Willows
“The Wind in the Willows” is a children's story that children and adults read with equal pleasure. Written and published at the beginning of the last century in England, it has spread around the world, translated into many languages. Readers fell in love with her heroes - the rational and kind Mole, the hospitable, reasonable Water Rat, the conceited Toad, the severe, reliable friendship Badger and other inhabitants of the River Bank and the inhospitable Wild Thicket. Their adventures, funny, and sometimes dangerous, end well only because they are all ready to come to each other's rescue....
Number of pages: ~ 272 pages

by L. Frank Baum
Glinda of Oz
Once in the Land of Oz, where there are neither rich nor poor, no enmity or envy, and life there is just a celebration of sociability and friendliness, a misfortune happened - the Skizers declared war on the Flat-headed! Obedient to the call of duty, armed with a magic wand, the Great Sorceress Ozma, the ruler of the Land of Oz, hurries to them. Along the way, she is accompanied by a friend, Princess Dorothy, a girl from Kansas. Their life is in mortal danger, but in the Magic Land of Good Evil is always punishable. And friendly help comes on time. “Glinda from the Land of Oz” is the last...
Number of pages: ~ 304 pages

Pinocchio: The Tale of a Puppet
"Pinocchio: The Tale of a Puppet" is a fairy tale by an Italian writer born in Florence. Pinocchio in translation from the Tuscan dialect means "pine nut". The wooden little man is known for his nose, which is enlarged every time Pinocchio tries to lie. “The Adventures of Pinocchio. The Story of a Wooden Doll ”introduces you to Fox and the Cat, the dad of the wooden boy - Jeppetto, a talking cricket, a beautiful girl with azure hair and many other characters of this unique fairy tale, full of adventure and magic....
Number of pages: ~ 166 pages

An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog
Oliver Goldsmith is an English prose writer, poet and playwright of Irish descent, a prominent representative of sentimentalism. "An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog" is a comic poem about how a man was bitten by a mad dog and everyone predicted an imminent death, but a miracle happened....
Number of pages: ~ 33 pages

by Beatrix Potter
The Tale of Mr. Tod
In The Tale of Mr. Tod, first published in 1912, the children of Benjamin and Flopsy are abducted by the infamous badger Tommy Brock. Peter helps Benjamin track down Brock, who is hiding in the fox’s house, Mr. Tod. Mr. Tod comes home and sees that Brock is sleeping in his bed, and they are fighting, and Peter and Benjamin are saving the children....
Number of pages: ~ 82 pages

by Clarence Squareman
My Book of Indoor Games
This book contains many wonderful ideas on how to entertain a child, even if he has grown up long ago. This is a collection of games that can be taken off the shelf when the electricity is turned off and assemble the whole family in one game. And the older generation will be able to remember youth....
Number of pages: ~ 162 pages

by Beatrix Potter
The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies
Beatrice Potter (1866-1943) is still one of the most popular children's writers in the world. She wrote and illustrated 28 books, which were translated into 35 languages and sold over 100 million copies. Peter Rabbit was named after the little rabbit Beatrice Potter had in childhood. The first tale of Peter the Bunny was created in 1893 in a letter to Noel Moore, the five-year-old son of the former governess Potter, Annie Moore....
Number of pages: ~ 25 pages

by Richmal Crompton
Just William
The English writer Richmal Crompton is best known for his funny tales of William Brown. Children and adults fell in love with this inexhaustible hero. Simply, William is the first book of children's stories about a young school boy, William Brown, written by Richmal Crompton and published in 1922. The book was the first in a series of books by William Brown, which was the basis for numerous television series, films and radio adaptations....
Number of pages: ~ 185 pages

The Happy Prince and Other Tales
The collection "The Happy Prince and Other Tales" by Oscar Wilde, a famous English writer of the 19th century, is a classic example of English prose. The fabulous motives and the “decorative” style of narration conceal the most important moral problems. The fairy tales reflected the aesthetic views of Oscar Wilde on art, the task of which the writer saw the creation of beauty, inaccessible to real life....
Number of pages: ~ 76 pages

by Beatrix Potter
The Tale of Peter Rabbit
Peter, the mischievous little rabbit, climbed into Mr. McGregor's garden to enjoy salad, radish, parsley. But just how can Peter get out? Where is the gate - he forgot, and the angry owner began to chase after Peter around the garden!...
Number of pages: ~ 11 pages

by Margery Williams Bianco
The Velveteen Rabbit
Every toy dreams of becoming real. But this does not happen by magic. If you want to become real, you need to be truly loved. This is where the magic begins ......
Number of pages: ~ 16 pages

by Arthur Conan Doyle
The Hound of the Baskervilles
The book includes the famous story by Arthur Conan Doyle “The Hound of the Baskervilles” (1902), the plot of which is based on a randomly heard author. The investigation of the strange origin is a consequence of the attack on monstrous dogs, which predetermine the persecution of family Baskervilles. The mystery of the family portrait, jealousy, the struggle for the inheritance and explicit recognition in the finale of the narrative create a unique flavor of one of the best works of the detective genre. You can read the book The Hound of the Baskervilles for free. To read the book of the...
Number of pages: ~ 128 pages

by Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Secret Garden
You don't need to love your parents. It seems that there will be nothing good in this life. Fate stretches the heroine of the book....
Number of pages: ~ 384 pages

The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe
Robinson Crusoe - The hero of the novels of Daniel Defoe, the first two of which were published in 1719. The first book about Robinson gave rise to the classic English novel and spawned the fashion for pseudo-documentary prose; it is often called the first "authentic" novel in English. This literary character has a real prototype - Alexander Selkirk, the boatswain of the ship "Cinque Ports" ("Senk Por"), distinguished by an extremely quarrelsome and quarrelsome character. Selkirk was landed in 1704, at his request, on an uninhabited island, supplied with weapons, food, seeds and tools....
Number of pages: ~ 352 pages

by L. M. Montgomery
Anne of Green Gables
The book was written by Canadian writer Lucy Maud Montgomery in 1908, and she continues to publish huge editions in the United States, Canada, England, Australia. series anime, created theatrical performances. No wonder Mark Twain himself once called the heroine Montgomery "the most touching and charming child in fiction since the time of the immortal Alice." This is all living and full of humor, everyone who is familiar with the work of Lucy Montgomery, knows what bright feelings he gives rise to!...
Number of pages: ~ 384 pages